News From: Police Unions

by Guest Post | on Jun 12, 2020

Saunders: Police Contracts Don't Shield Brutality

This editorial was written by Lee Saunders and first appeared in USA Today. As an African American man who lived through the 1960s and now has two sons and three very young grandsons, the specter...

by Kris LaGrange | on Sep 25, 2019

The Fight between Police & Public Sector Unions

In January of 2017, eight years of pro-worker policies ended and a war on unions and working people began. Over the years, public employees have faced constant attacks at the federal and state level...

by Kris LaGrange | on Aug 31, 2017

Dividing Police and the Communities they Serve

This story dates back to July 2016 following a sit down between President Obama and law enforcement leaders after a rash of police shootings. It's important to note that this letter received...

by Guest Post | on May 04, 2017

Just do your own job

No one believes in the rule of law more than police officers. We work tirelessly to make our communities safer, within the confines of the constitution, by arresting those that commit criminal...

by Press and Media | on Mar 29, 2017

FOP to Trump: Cut the $hit

 Sanctuary cities got an unlikely ally Wednesday in their fight against Trump’s proposed budget cuts from the largest police union in the country.  The Fraternal Order of Police sat...

by Jim Carver | on Sep 02, 2016

Helping kids get prepared

The Nassau County Police Benevolent Association, DAI and SOA sponsored a back to school backpack giveaway for local youths. One thousand backpacks filled with school supplies were given away to...